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1. How to use Demean in a sentence.

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2. (used with object) to lower in dignity, honor, or standing; debase: He Demeaned himself by accepting the bribe.

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3. Synonyms & Antonyms of Demean (Entry 1 of 2) 1 to lower in character, dignity, or quality it Demeans the political process to demand that candidates make promises that everyone knows are unrealistic

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4. De·meaned, de·mean·ing, de·means To conduct or behave (oneself) in a particular manner: Demeaned themselves well in class.

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5. Find 40 ways to say Demean, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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6. / dɪˈmiːn / to cause someone to become less respected: The entire family was Demeaned by his behavior

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7. I wouldn't Demean my self by asking my parents for money.

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8. To Demean is to degrade or put down a person or thing

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9. If you noticed the word mean in Demean, that's a good clue to its meaning

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10. You are Demeaning your sister or brother if you run their underwear up a flagpole.

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11. Find 40 ways to say DemeanING, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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12. To Demean is defined as to put someone down or lower him in esteem by doing something that harms his pride or dignity or putting yourself down by doing something that is beneath you

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13. An example of demean is when you make someone else look or feel inferior

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14. An example of Demean is when you do something that causes you to feel degraded and put down.

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15. The adjective Demeaning describes something that lowers a person's reputation or dignity

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16. Demeanor definition, conduct; behavior; deportment

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17. 10 quotes have been tagged as Demean: Israelmore Ayivor: ‘7 things negative people will do to you

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18. : to cause (someone or something) to seem less important or less worthy of respect He was careful not to Demean [= debase, put down] his opponent, choosing instead to show him respect

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19. Her statement Demeans the hard work the group has done.

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20. To do something that makes people lose respect for someone or something → degrade language that Demeans women Demean yourself (by doing something) I wouldn’t Demean myself by begging him for a job

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21. → See Verb table Examples from the Corpus Demean

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22. Demean: Same as <internalXref urlencoded="demain">demain</internalXref>

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23. ‘We Demean the concept of safety and undermine the teaching profession when responsibility is only advocated in one direction.’ ‘Women were humiliated and brutalised as part of a campaign to Demean

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24. Demean - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

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25. Context examples “There is no man upon earth who would Demean himself by breaking a lance with my master.” (The White Company, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) Susan and an attendant girl, whose inferior appearance informed Fanny, to her great surprise, that she had previously seen the upper servant, brought in everything necessary for the meal; Susan looking, as she put the kettle on the fire

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26. Definition of Demean in the Definitions.net dictionary

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27. What does Demean mean? Information and translations of Demean in the most comprehensive …

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28. Verb If you Demean yourself, you do something which makes people have less respect for you

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29. He plays a struggling immigrant who is forced to Demean himself with a series of bread line jobs.

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30. Susan and an attendant girl, whose inferior appearance informed Fanny, to her great surprise, that she had previously seen the upper servant, brought in everything necessary for the meal; Susan looking, as she put the kettle on the fire and glanced at her sister, as if divided between the agreeable triumph of shewing her activity and usefulness, and the dread of being thought to Demean herself

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31. See 2 authoritative translations of Demean in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

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32. Demean (v.) "to lower in dignity, lower the standing of, debase," c

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33. 1600, perhaps from de-"down" + mean (adj.) and modeled on debase.It is indistinguishable in some uses from obsolete Demean (Middle English, from Old French demener; see Demeanor) which likely influenced it and might be its ultimate source.It was much-criticized in late 19c

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34. My bosses wanted to Demean a Black woman, but I changed the narrative By Lisa A

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35. To Demean is defined as to put someone down or lower him in esteem by doing something that harms his pride or dignity or putting yourself down by doing something that is beneath you

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36. An example of Demean is when you make someone else look or feel inferior

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37. An example of Demean is when you do something that causes you to feel degraded and put

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38. Demean verb conjugation to all tenses, modes and persons

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39. Search the definition and the translation in context for “ Demean ”, with examples of use extracted from real-life communication

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40. Definition and synonyms of Demean from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

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41. This is the British English definition of Demean.View American English definition of Demean.

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42. Antonyms for Demean include exalt, elevate, aggrandize, canonise, canonize, deify, ennoble, uplift, dignify and admire

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43. Synonyms for Demean in Free Thesaurus

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44. 35 synonyms for Demean: degrade, lower, debase, humble, abase, lower yourself, humiliate yourself, humble yourself, debase yourself, downgrade yourself

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45. Demean translation in English - French Reverso dictionary, see also 'Demeanor',Demeaning',Demeanour',demand', examples, definition, conjugation

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46. Compound Forms/Forme composte: Inglese: Italiano: Demean yourself vtr + refl transitive verb and reflexive pronoun: Transitive verb with reflexive pronoun--for example, "Enjoy yourself.""They behaved themselves." (act humbly) umiliarsi⇒, sminuirsi⇒ v rif verbo riflessivo o intransitivo pronominale: Verbo che richiede un pronome riferito al soggetto stesso, ma non un complemento oggetto

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47. Demean somebody/something to make people have less respect for somebody/something synonym degrade

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48. Behaviour like this Demeans politics

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49. If you haven't solved the crossword clue Demean yet try to search our Crossword Dictionary by entering the letters you already know! (Enter a dot for each missing letters, e.g

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50. “P.ZZ..” will find “PUZZLE”.) Also look at the related clues for crossword clues with similar answers to “Demean

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51. 2 Demean somebody/something to make people have less respect for someone or something synonym degrade Such images Demean women

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52. Behavior like this Demeans politics

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53. See Demean in the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

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54. Synonyms (Other Words) for Demean & Antonyms (Opposite Meaning) for Demean.

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55. What is the opposite of Demean? Antonyms for Demean (opposite of Demean)

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56. Examples of Demean in a sentence

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57. The school bully tried to Demean the poor girl by making fun of her used clothes on social media

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58. 🔊 When my ex-husband drinks too many beers, he will often try and Demean me by pointing out my weaknesses

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59. 🔊 The plantation owner took away the slaves’ given names in order to Demean

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60. We Demean the concept of safety and undermine the teaching profession when responsibility is only advocated in one direction

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61. There are ways and means of showing respect without such references, which only Demean the person who makes use of the term

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62. 1600, perhaps from de-"down" + mean (adj.) and modeled on debase.It is indistinguishable in some uses from obsolete Demean (Middle English, from Old French demener; see Demeanor) which likely influenced it and might be its ultimate source.It was much-criticized in late 19c

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63. Synonyms for Demeans in Free Thesaurus

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64. 35 synonyms for Demean: degrade, lower, debase, humble, abase, lower yourself, humiliate yourself, humble yourself, debase yourself, downgrade yourself

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65. Demean Hindi Meaning - Find the correct meaning of Demean in Hindi

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DEMEAN [dəˈmēn]

VERB
demean (verb) · demeans (third person present) · demeaned (past tense) · demeaned (past participle) · demeaning (present participle)

  • cause a severe loss in the dignity of and respect for (someone or something).
  • do something that is beneath one's dignity.
Synonyms: discredit . lower . degrade . debase . devalue . demote . cheapen . abase . humble . humiliate . disgrace . dishonor . condescend . deign . stoop . descend . dignify . exalt . discredit . lower . degrade . debase . devalue . demote . cheapen . abase . humble . humiliate . disgrace . dishonor . condescend . deign . stoop . descend . dignify . exalt .

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